Honeymoons in Malta

View more photos

Malta Overview

Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, between North Africa and Southern Europe, the islands of Malta and Gozo are revered for their climate, history, and architecture. Malta in particular has a long history dating back to 5200 BC, and is dotted with numerous ancient sites. Gozo is a smaller, more subdued island, with an emphasis on rural values and excellent diving.

Key Facts for Malta

Currency: Euro

Capital: Valetta

Languages: Maltese, English

Flight time: 4 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Malta

When to go:
The best time to visit Malta is from February to June and September and October.

Flight Information:
Malta is approx 3 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways

Maltese Lira

Average Temperatures (°C)

Average Daily Sunlight (hours)

Featured Honeymoon Resorts in Malta

Honeymoon Tips and Articles

Getting Married in Malta

If you are looking for a quaint European destination to host your wedding abroad then why not consider the tiny island of Malta.  Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is full of a historic culture with a twist of modern day excitement.  The religious island has a number of churches and chapels available and ready to host your wedding abroad.  The island of Malta also houses a number of beautiful hotels and resorts, with fabulous sea views, that can help host a wedding reception, party or celebration after your have said your vows.  Your wedding abroad in Malta will one to remember forever.

Marriage Requirements


According to the said Law, a Request for the Publication of Banns must be received by this Registry earlier than six weeks but not more than three months before the date of the intended marriage.  The Request for the Publication of Banns must be accompanied by a Full Birth Certificates (showing parents' names) and the Declarations on Oath. These declarations are to be signed, on separate forms, by each of the parties either in the presence of a Commissioner for Oaths attached to an Embassy of Malta in your country of residence or, alternatively, in the presence of a Commissioner for Oaths located in your country. For further information visit http://www.visitmalta.com/civil-weddings